Live! with Kelly & Michael: Leftover Swap App Review
Trading your leftovers sounds like the nastiest thing ever, but a new app, Leftover Swap, lets your get in the game, according to Live! with Kelly and Michael. You can take photos of your leftovers and trade with people in the area. What happens if you get the meal and it looks nasty?
Is It OK to Catch the Bouquet at Weddings?
Michael Strahan said he read it’s becoming taboo to scramble for the bouquet at a wedding. A new article says that it’s stigmatizing for single women and makes it awkward. Strahan said it’s a sign of support for the bride. It’s a tradition that should be upheld.
Breaking Bad: Binge Watching on Netflix
Rebecca Romijn is obsessed with Breaking Bad. She said she missed the first part of it last night, but the new trend is binge watching seasons online or on DVD/Blu Ray. You can binge watch on Netflix and Hulu. Binge watching is the best, and I highly recommend doing it with Mad Men.
After finishing season three, Rebecca Romijn got in an elevator in Vancouver and Bryan Cranston (Walter White) was in the elevator behind her. She said she was still in the intense mind state of watching Breaking Bad and was beside herself. I think that’s just the effect Bryan Cranston has on everybody.
Kelly & Michael: Department Stores Tracking Frequent Returns
Certain stores are tracking you if you are returning, the co-hosts said on Kelly & Michael. They want to make sure that people aren’t wearing and returning too often. It’s just another case for online shopping, which is a little more distant from the returns counter and judging glare of a cashier.
Most People Want to Look Youthful at Class Reunions
The place that most people want to appear youthful is a reunion, read a study Michael Strahan found. Also making the list were first dates, birthdays, and weddings. The poll showed that 19% wanted to look youthful at their class reunion. Rebecca Romijn agreed, saying she went to her 20th two years ago and she wanted to look good.
Kelly & Michael: New York #4 Best Pizza in U.S.
New York is behind San Diego, Las Vegas and Boston in the Best Pizza contest. Seattle, Austin, and Phoenix also made the list, but Chicago was nowhere to be found.